This Wheel's On Fire: Levon Helm and the Story of the Band - Chapter 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 and 4 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Three Take No Prisoners

Morris Levy, the head of Roulette Records, wants the boys to stay in the States; with Elvis in the Army and Buddy Holly dead and Jerry Lee Lewis in trouble for marrying his cousin, Levy feels the door is wide open for the Hawks and their style of music. The Hawks think that the United States has gone more towards country and folk music and that their show is too loud and fast and wild for the States and they get a warmer reception in Canada, plus the money is better. The Hawks are a wild bunch of rockabillies to see and they have a big following in Canada.

Ronnie Hawkins starts looking at a young kid by the name of Robbie Robertson, whose mother is a friend of his, as a new guitar...

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